HAE community & patient organizations
Pharvaris is committed to strong collaboration, closely supporting patient organizations as well as experts in the HAE community. Throughout the company we aim to build trust and ongoing dialogue with all members of the community working with and for those with HAE. We are proud to work with the Hereditary Angioedema Association (HAEA) and HAE International (HAEi) patient organizations and support the great work that these organizations undertake on behalf of those living with HAE to support people and their families to build knowledge, awareness, education and further HAE research.
Pharvaris is dedicated to improving the treatment of HAE and the quality of life for people living with HAE through our innovative research, discovery, development, and manufacturing of novel therapeutics. The Pharvaris team is purposeful in its quest to advance new alternatives to injected therapies for all types of HAE and other bradykinin B2-receptor-mediated indications.
Pharvaris has relationships with patient experts, patient organizations and HAE experts around the globe. Understand our history in the HAE space.
The key to making advances in HAE treatment can only be unlocked through meaningful interactions and listening closely to the needs of the entire HAE community. We aim to make significant advancements to current treatments. By working with the HAE communities, we aim to collaborate to achieve this goal, and further support them to amplify their efforts, educational initiatives, and information to even more people living with HAE. Pharvaris supports the needs of the HAE community to educate professionals and patients to be informed and optimally diagnose and manage their condition.
Pharvaris proudly supports both the U.S. Hereditary Angioedema Association (HAEA) and HAE International (HAEi). HAEi is the global umbrella organization for the world’s HAE patient groups dedicated to raising awareness of HAE around the world.
Please visit the websites for HAEA and HAEi for excellent resources for people living with HAE and their families and carers.